Our mission is to Encounter, Love, and Serve Jesus, One Another, and The World.

Saint Brigid Parish

Stay Connected

Masses have resumed!

  • Sunday Masses - 7:30 am (indoor), 9 am (outdoor), 11 am (indoor), and 5:30 pm (indoor)
  • Saturday Vigil Mass - 5:30 pm (indoor and livestreamed)
  • Daily Mass - 7:30 am (indoor)

Watch our livestream Mass recording at any time or join us live on Saturdays at 5:30 pm. Click here for the lyrics to the music. Also explore our Mass at home page for other resources and ideas.

Upcoming Events

Scroll through our calendar to see ways you can still connect with our parish community, or the wider Catholic community, either virtually or in-person (following all guidelines).

 

E-Giving

E-Giving is easy and convenient, especially when we aren't able to be together right now. It also reduces time, costs and environmental impact and makes a greater impact on God's Kingdom. Want to give online to St. B's, click the hand below or text 555888 with the phrase LoveOneAnother.

Small Groups

Want to grow in faith and friendship this Fall? Join a Connection to Christ small group which starts the week of October 5.

Welcome Video

Watch this 3-minute video to learn more.

Who we are

Saint Brigid Parish is a Catholic Church located in San Diego, California. Our Church is located just 3 blocks from the ocean in the community of Pacific Beach. We welcome people of all ages and stages: young adults, families, seniors and visitors.The mission of Saint Brigid Parish is simple – to encounter, love, and serve Jesus, one another, and the world. We invite you to join us for Mass.

 

Vote

What does the Catholic Church say about our obligation to vote? Does the Church tell us who to vote for? What does it mean to form our consciences for faithful citizenship? The USCCB has a wealth of info to help us properly prepare for Election Day.

Mass Times

Sunday Masses - 7:30 am, 9 am (outdoors), 11 am, and 5:30 pm

Saturday Vigil Mass - 5:30 pm

Weekdays - 7:30 am

Confession - Saturdays at 4 pm (face-to-face in the Church sacristy)

Although our parish office is closed please contact us by phone at 858.483.3030 or email. Learn more about becoming a member

Formed

Our gift to you - great resource for Catholic media: videos, audio books, bible study resources, and more. Click for free registration. Watch FORMED Live and a new series called The Search that will explore questions such as What do you seek and why God?

Prayer Request

How can we pray for you?

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Emergency Food

See flyer for details. For information on Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP) click here. For information on Neighbors in Need click here.

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Protect God's children

ICP, a new program to assist victim-survivors who were abused as minors by priests of this diocese, began accepting applications. The ICP is independent and not controlled by the Church. The program will consider all claims, regardless of time limits. No attorney is needed, no fees and US Residency not required.

Response to Abuse

Report Sexual Abuse

Pope Francis

On May 14, Pope Francis is joined Muslim leaders in calling for a world day of prayer to end the coronavirus; stay tuned for more details. Pope Francis is also urging Catholics to unite through praying the rosary and has shared two new prayers to implore the help of the Virgin Mary during this pandemic. Read Pope Francis' inspirational and down-to-earth interview called 'A Time of Great Uncertainty.'

 

Vatican News

"Fratelli tutti": Pope Francis to sign new encyclical on Oct. 3 in Assisi

Pope Francis will sign a new encyclical after Mass celebrated in the Basilica of St. Francis on 3 October. The ceremony will take place without the faithful present, in respect of the current health situation.

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Archbishop of Armagh: Rosary a shield of protection against pandemic

Archbishop Eamon Martin of Armagh, speaks about the “Family Rosary Crusade” against the Coronavirus which begins in Ireland on 1 October.

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Cardinal Parolin welcomes Moneyval team to Vatican

Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin receives members of the Committee of Experts on the Evaluation of Measures against Money Laundering and the Financing of Terrorism (Moneyval) of the Council of Europe, which began its evaluation visit to the Vatican on Wednesday.

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